RO 2012-2013 Development Cycle

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Timeline : 2012-2013 Development Cycle Milestones

The Timeline shows the main milestones of the development cycle, the Timeframe when they are typically expected to happen each year, and the actual date/time/location they have been Scheduled for this year. Specific meetings and their agendas and minutes are generally listed on the page of the relevant Committee.


Timeframe Activity Location Scheduled
2012
Jan Develop focus for new Use Cases PC meeting by mid-January
Jan Request new Use Cases ASTROgram;
Wiki;
email to TC and PC;
ListServs (see IHERO_listservs)
by end of January
article in Jan ASTROgram;
templates on wiki;
emails
Feb Publicize Deadline for Submitting Use Cases Astrogram, email, Wiki email out by Feb 01
Mar Deadline to Submit Use Cases Wiki submission on wiki or by email to ihe-ro@astro.org by Fri, March 30
Mar Assign/Identify Use Case Champions email from PC co-chairs TBD
May Deadline for Champions to flesh out Use Cases and provide 3-5 slides per user case (as PDF) Wiki Information on wiki.ihe.net by Friday, June 10, TCON June 13
May Discussions on potential Use Cases (PC) Tele/Web-conference TBD
Jun Update Use Case information Wiki Updated information on wiki.ihe.net by TBD
Jun Use Case Prioritization. IHE-RO PC members only. Doodle.com ? votes must be in by TBD
Jul Generation of detailed profiles for top 3 selected Use Cases. Update detailed profiles for any 'tabled' Use Cases. Wiki by TBD
Aug Rank top 3 new use cases with 'tabled' use cases by TBD
Sept Review top 3 selected Use Cases PC focus meeting, Fairfax, VA  ??? TBD
Oct Detailed Profile Review Meeting (PC & TC) Boston, MA Oct 28-31, 2012 (during ASTRO Annual Meeting)
2013
Jan. TC Profile development kickoff
Feb TC Finalizes profile supplements for public comment
Mar. Publication of Public Comment Supplements www.ihe.net
Apr. Deadline for submission of public comments on supplements www.ihe.net
May Publication of Trial Implementation Supplements www.ihe.net
Sep (Test implementations at North American Connectathon)